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Mystery Monday: A Ben Franklin Signature?

Welcome to the POP Blog’s first “Mystery Monday” post, a weekly series of provenance related mysteries that you are invited to help solve.  For more about the Provenance Online Project (POP) and this blog, please see the… 665 more words

Benjamin Franklin

Why Ronald Lauder Is Right About Nazi-Looted Art in Museums

*From the Editors: The following article  first appeared on ArtNet. It is a response to two recent articles, an editorial authored by Ronald S. Lauder… 596 more words
Restitution

Quilts and Color at the Boston MFA

You still have a couple weeks to get to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts to see the temporary exhibit, Quilts and Color.  It’s a total knockout, but not necessarily for the reasons why the MFA thinks it is.  934 more words

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Clinical Scenarios in FHIR: Adverse reaction

The final scenario that is a candidate for the clinical connectathon is one that deals with allergies and Intolerance. Here are the details, but at a high level: 1,015 more words

FHIR

Provenance Evidence in the Fellows' Library

As part of my year as a graduate library trainee, I have been encouraged to work on a project which will benefit Jesus College’s libraries. I opted to look at the provenance — or ownership history — of some of the books in the Fellows’ Library. 138 more words

Fellows' Library

Tasting Notes: Provenance: Glen Spey: Single Cask 2012

Provenance: Glen Spey: Single Cask 2012 (Scottish Single Cask Malt Whisky: 11 Years: 46% ABV)

Visual: Brackish water.

Viscosity: Mix of fast and middling streaks. 554 more words

Scotland